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FEG GKK-92C questions

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by mjc3276, Dec 26, 2012.

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  1. mjc3276

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    I all. I am a rookie on the forum (and in handgun ownership) and have recently purchased an used FEG GKK-92c. I need and extractor (going to replace ejector as well) and parts are next to impossible to find. I came to the conclusion after I put 100 rounds through it and it jammed 15 times and took it to a gunsmith. I understand Browning Hi-Power parts may work, but I have heard S & W 39 series has influence on the firearm design as well. Im looking for some help in confirming.
     

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    FEG GKK-92 C pics ctd

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    I know these had multiple model names under the same firearm. If you can figure out all the different model numbers that go to yours, parts can usually be found from numrich. I had a p9r that seems to look a lot like yours.
     
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    Thats the double action one all right. Smith parts are probably your best bet. I sold my S&W auto years ago, but the ejector setup looks kinda familiar.

    Your pics don't really show the extractor very well, and both the BHP(later) and Smith had external extractors. You might have to take it out and get good pictures.

    Also, are you sure you need an extractor? It's more common for the spring behind it to get worn out then to mess up the extractor itself. Also if it's dirty in there the extractor might not spring in on the round properly. Take a good close look at the claw, make sure that's not damaged, clean it out really well so that it pivots freely and make sure the spring feels strong. You might save yourself some headaches.
     
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